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annually for the last four years. >> out in our area in northern virginia weaver not getting many calls until about four years ago. -- we were not getting many calls until about four years ago. now it is just phenomenal. >> the library will be reopened tomorrow. patrons hope it will not be a widespread problem. >> hopefully it will be resolved. >> the books in that truck will remain there until the temperature inside the truck reaches about 120 degrees. it is believed at that. all of the bugs will be dead. as for this facility and the others, they will be treated twice, now and again in 90 days. >> we are starting to sound like a broken record. it is not a bad song. another beautiful day here in september in the metro. but i cannot even recall the last time i saw a cloud. -- >> i cannot even recall the timlast time i saw a cloud. >> we are back into the 90- degree range. even though it is officially fall tomorrow night, it will not feel like it. do you see a cloud anywhere? i do not. spectacular weather. 79 degrees in stafford. look at these numbers. they are just where they should be t
this baby. and it will be at the west virginia pumpkin festival, hoping it will win first place. the pumpkin is expected to grow 2-poundings per day and will not be cut until october 6. by then, it's expected to weigh more than a thousand pounds. >> 6:33. firefighters in palm beach county made a bold statement over the weekend. in support to fight breast cancer. the pink heels tour feature firefighters wearing pink t- shirts. breast cancer survivors and supporters to sign the pink heels truck showed up during the rally. the tour for the fundraiser benefits the cancer centers and the deerfield beach area. it is firefighters way of giving back to the community. >>> all right, we are counting down the days until komen maryland's race for the cure. it's coming up soon. it's set for sunday, october 3. abc2 news is going to be live on the air to broadcast the whole event. it's on sunday, the broadcast starts from 7:00 in the morning until 9:00 in the morning. if you want to register, all you have to do is head to our website, abc2news.com. when you get there, look at the top of the page and click
license sea from oppning. >> penn national also operates hollywood casino in charlestown west virginia. %-inn maryland dollars in west3 virginia, and control the %->>the cordish company also sad that penn national, that now operates pimlico race course and laurel park would stand toú benefit if slots were rejected at arundee mills and be built at the race track in lauree. >> so the sttte lottery commiissonnis asking maryland's attorney general, to revvew the matter and issueean aopinion. >> it is not a figgt, that state has, you know, a particular interest on either side. what we want to dd is gee the best facts, and information, and be sound on the law. >> but until that question is %-officials ssy they may delay neet week's opening f the hollywood casino in cecil county. as for voters innarundel county, they have six more weeks to decide whether slots should be3ú put at arundel mills, joon rydell, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> we called penn national several timee today.3 all of our calls were not returned. >> well, according to one group, the recession is overr the national bureau of
and low 80s earlier. except for over south of the virginia border where they are still seeing 80s there. humidity comfortably low. bone dry. that changes tomorrow. winds will continue to come from the south. that is gig to bring up that southerly breeze and more humid weather. clear skies over the entire mid-atlantic now. this is just as quiet as it gets with high pressure centered just about over new jersey right now. so that is just meaning nothing but clear weather here across the central part of the east coast. a little disturbance well north and west, we'll probably get a glancing blow but the front itself doesn't look like it will come through. high pressure holds another night tomorrow. as this moves further east we'll get more of a southerly wind. that is going to pump up the temperatures into the mid-80s. thursday and friday, flirting with 90. tonight and through the day tomorrow, clouds increase late in the day but i think the chance of showers is slim and whatever rain we see comes in tomorrow evening. then into the day on thursday we're talking about partly cloudy skies. q
to keep us in warm air. across maryland, pennsylvania and virginia area, through the end of the week. beginning tomorrow. by the weekend, that front will slip through the region. maybe a shower saturday night and second. and temperatures will start -- sunday. and temperatures will start to fall once again. for the night, we'll call it cooler temperatures. much warmer air. in fact, one station in tennessee got to the upper 90s. if you can believe that or not. yeah. >>> now, that front kind of sliding across new england. may bring us a few clouds and a brief chance of a shower. otherwise, still warm air for thursday and friday. until that front begins to clear things out by the weekend. and drop temperatures. a weak tropical storm, just sitting out there. barely moving. north/northwest at 2. going to stay there for days and days. probably have no influence on the united states or any land mass at this point. we expect it really to become a hurricane briefly and die out. it's so far out in the atlantic. now, this area of disturbed weather, south of the antilles, could develop into a tro
, virginia. she said the best thing about being 100 is you eat what you want and don't worry about it. ralph cohen, 100 years old "today." good friend with curly from the three stooges. can't have a better friend than that. i interviewed those guys once, they really were fun, and nuts. and rollande bourgeois. lives alone, mows her own lawn. elizabeth daniels, jack's sister, attributes longevity to working hard. lucille wilson, from baytown, texas, 100 years old, works in the kitchen at the local church and has been a member for 60 years. >>> the world equestrian games are held every four years to find the best of the best in the equestrian world. they get underway here in lexington, kentucky. we have got some kentucky fans. folks, good to see you both. how big a deal, i mean this is the first time they're being held here in the state, is that a huge deal for the sport? >> absolutely, we come from a sport that doesn't get a lot of attention in the u.s. and this is a huge opportunity for a lot of people who usually don't get to see our sport, come and support us. >> i think most people know ju
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